Can green Sharia funds open the door to the wider ethical investment market? 

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Sharia-compliant products will always have clear boundaries that are defined by faith-based principles. But within those boundaries, is there scope to make products that have a broader appeal to non-Muslim investors too?, asks Christine Hallett, managing director at Options UK. Many experts think there is potential for that to happen as the lines between Islamic finance and other types of ethical investments begin to blur - especially with the emergence of ‘green' Sharia funds that have evolved to reflect increasing concerns about climate change. The potential is huge when you consider m...

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